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separate from their parents, begin naptime, and take care of our young children's toileting needs. boy: i don't like this. woman: right. if you don't like something, say, "no, thank you." boy: no, thank you. learning takes place during daily routines. daily routines provide wonderful opportunities for a child to learn more about herself, the world, and other people. thanks, jill. there's another one. daily routines offer children a sense of stability, a feeling of warmth and caring from the teachers. could you bring the green and the yellow paint to the table here? our challenge is to develop appropriate daily routines for children which offer them a sense of consistency and a healthy sense of security. man: ♪ up on a mountain, two by two ♪ ♪ up on a mountain, two by two ♪ hendrick: at the same time, these routines should be flexible and responsive to the individual needs of each child. man: ♪ we make a motion, two by two ♪ sometimes marcel's going to come out and join you even though you didn't pick him to go on the mountain, and that's ok, because--remember? why? what are we
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